Gov. Scott Killed High-Speed Rail Project, Later Invested In All Aboard FloridaFlorida Gov. Rick Scott, who killed a major publically-financed high-speed rail project in his first year in office, has invested with his wife in a fund that has links to a private company building a new high-speed rail line.
Passenger Rail Bill Hits House RoadblockA controversial proposal for the state to oversee aspects of high-speed rail might have been derailed in the House.
Locals Get 1st Look At Miami To Orlando Train PlansThe community got its first look at a new train system that would connect South and Central Florida.
Group Holds 1st Public Forum On Possible Miami MonorialA group who is pushing for a high speed rail in Miami-Dade is holding its first public forum on the matter on Monday.
Board Allows All Aboard Florida To Issue BondsA Florida board unanimously allowed a private company to issue bonds financing the construction of a passenger rail from Miami to Orlando.
Facing South Florida: Downtown Miami DevelopmentYou've probably heard some of these project names: Miami World Center, Brickell City Centre, All Aboard Florida.
Passenger Rail Foes Meet With DOT, Scott's OfficeThe next stop for a group of wealthy opponents of a proposed Miami-to-Orlando passenger rail service is a meeting with officials behind the private venture.
All Aboard Florida Unveils Fort Lauderdale Station DesignPlans for a high speed train from Miami to Orlando are chugging right along.
Gov. Scott Proposes Transportation Hub SpendingGov. Rick Scott proposed spending more than $213 million for a transportation hub at the Orlando International Airport that would create jobs and a new rail line.
Senators Eye Expansion Of Planned Passenger Rail LineAll Aboard Florida won’t stop along the Treasure or Space coasts when passenger service starts to speed between Miami and Orlando in late 2015.
Rail Line Connecting Miami & Orlando One Step Closer An intercity passenger rail between Miami and Orlando may be one step closer to becoming reality.
Miami-To-Orlando Train To Create 36,000 JobsIt's expensive, but the All Aboard Florida speed train from Miami to Orlando airport is also expected to generate nearly 36,000 jobs during the two years it will take to build it.